Fire leaves family of six homeless

MIRI: A family of six was left homeless after a fire razed their home on Tuesday evening in Lambir. Fortunately, no casualties or injuries were reported in the 5.30pm incident. The fire was reportedl...

Mkini fails to challenge Anti-Fake News Act 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court here yesterday rejected Mkini Dotcom Sdn Bhd’s application to challenge the Anti-Fake News Act 2018, ruling that the company’s rights have not been affected as it has not...

42 premises given routine check by KPDNKK officials

MIRI: By last Monday (June 4), a total 42 premises here have been inspected by Miri Domestic Trade, Consumerism and Cooperative (KPDNKK) personnel, with eight complaints lodged. The routine check was...

Two nabbed, detained for drug offence

  MIRI: Miri Narcotic police on Tuesday arrested two persons suspected for their involvement in drug addiction activity. Aged 44 and 27 respectively, the two suspects were nabbed in two separate...

O & G: SUPP starts a petition

KUCHING: Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) started a petition yesterday to call Sarawakians to come together to support Sarawak government to defend and protect Sarawak oil and gas  (O & ...

Proposal for formation of Childhood Dev’t Unit soon

KUCHING: Minister of Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development, Dato’ Sri Fatimah Abdullah will propose the establishment of Childhood Development Unit during the state ca...

MP leads delegation to call on State Fire chief

KUCHING: A DAP delegation led by Member of Parliament for Bandar Kuching Dr Kelvin Yii paid a courtesy visit to the State Director of the Fire & Rescue Department Malaysia Sarawak PKPjB Nor Hisha...

Prisoners’ rehabilitation a complex process

MIRI: Rehabilitation process in order to keep and help prison inmates to be in the right path during their time serving the sentence is a complex process. “The process requires a comprehensive approa...